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post #16 of 41
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Originally Posted by changy View Post
Dark and Stormy: Dark Rum, ginger beer and wedge of lime.


this is a great drink, but after living in Australia for a year where I first had one, I'm ruined for them unless it is specifically Bundaberg OP (overproof) Rum 57.7% w/ Bundaberg naturally brewed traditional ginger beer. No I don't work for Bundaberg!!, but to me I've never tasted one better.....
post #17 of 41
I've gone through phases. Past favorites include the sidecar, a well-made margarita (e.g., tequila, lime, and Gran Marnier), and an old fashioned made with Old Overholt rye whiskey.
post #18 of 41
Caesar - Clamato, vodka, worchestershire, hot sauce, pepper. An awesome-r Bloody Mary.
post #19 of 41
One? Unpossible. But I'll just go with the one I uses to introduce people to the world of real drinks: The Sidecar, or sometimes, the White Lady. Same family.
post #20 of 41
Bourbon on the rocks. Good bourbon.
post #21 of 41
Dry Fly Gin gimlet with fresh lime juice and a splash of cointreau instead of Rose's
post #22 of 41
Are they are any good salty blood orange drinks? Been on my mind lately.
post #23 of 41
gin and tonic edit: also, white russian and martini
post #24 of 41
Never go wrong with Jack and Coke for me.
post #25 of 41
Campari and soda in the summertime. Tanqueray Rangpur martinis any time of the year.
-jeff
post #26 of 41
I had a Chartreuse cocktail once that was outstanding, but I can't remember the name. Chartreuse, gin, grapefruit, St. Germain. Something like that.
post #27 of 41
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
Are they are any good salty blood orange drinks? Been on my mind lately.

3 oz blood orange juice
2 oz good silver tequila (i like el tesoro)
1 oz cointreau
dash of agave syrup

shake and strain over a few cubes of ice in a salt-rimmed old-fashioned glass.
post #28 of 41
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post
I had a Chartreuse cocktail once that was outstanding, but I can't remember the name. Chartreuse, gin, grapefruit, St. Germain. Something like that.

Chartreuse verte and grapefruit juice shaken with an egg white is called a 'St. Germain' - maybe it was that?
post #29 of 41
I couldn't pick just one, but I tend to gravitate towards: Dirty martini (gin, of course), a little heavier on the vermouth Bourbon Manhattan, splash of "juice" from the cherries Bourbon and Dry Ginger G&T Negroni Old Fashioned
post #30 of 41
Rob Roy!
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